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# Law Society

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The Journal and Noteworthy receive 15 nominations for Justice Media Awards
Court-ordered access to children for separated parents advised to continue during pandemic
Law Society claims 'tits and filth' WhatsApp group contained no reference to female students
Law Society to investigate 'tits and filth' WhatsApp group about female students
'It's in crisis': Law Society raises concerns over security issues in family courts system
A 'faster, more efficient' way to buy and sell property takes effect from today
New part-time training course to become a solicitor set to be offered
Journal Media won four awards at yesterday's Justice Media Awards
Woman has lost over €100,000 since car accident affected by Setanta collapse
'Cramped, grim courts are no place for children': Calls for improved family courts to be rolled out
Would you know who to call if you were arrested?
Journal Media reporters win five plaudits at Justice Media Awards
Brexit has led to 'a tsunami' of new solicitors in Ireland from the UK
FactCheck: Are motor insurance claims and legal fees going up or down?
Fully-qualified solicitors doing a JobBridge? It's 'a joke'
Swords, Balbriggan, Tallaght and Dún Laoghaire - You're keeping your courthouses
Lawyers warn that plans to close four Dublin courts threaten 'the fabric of Ireland's justice system'
It's highly likely there will be a legal challenge to plain tobacco packaging, says Law Society
Ministers agree reform of legal services, with new regulator to consult on ‘one-stop-shops’
Student petition successful as Law Society adds exam dates
Students launch petition after Law Society exams date moved
€17.7m paid out to victims of rogue solicitors in 5 years
Byrne victims call on Law Society to pay compensation
'Reckless journalism' could affect Thomas Byrne's prison safety, claims lawyer
Majority of solicitors don’t expect legal change to cut fees
Savita solicitor: We released details slowly to keep media interest
Legal Services Bill is not an ambush on the sector, says Shatter
Shatter at loggerheads with barristers over legal reforms
Column: Legal reform is a chance to finally do the right thing for consumers
Alan Shatter
Column: ‘This is a blueprint for Government control of the legal profession’
Ken Murphy
Shatter says there's 'no reason for concern' over legal reforms
Shatter hopes lawyers will call off 'extraordinary' strike action
Legal Services Bill proposes new regulator and more transparent fees
Runaway solicitor Michael Lynn could be extradited over alleged fraud
Solicitor bought several properties from client's estate